The General Services Administration and the agencies it partners with have reimagined the spaces where federal employees spend most of their work hours, but questions remain over whether they welcome the change.
Faced with several long-term inspector general vacancies at key agencies, the number-two official of the IG community says the Trump administration has begun vetting candidates to fill those watchdog jobs.
Since 1961, the Combined Federal Campaign, the federal workforce’s annual giving program, has raised more than $8.3 billion to support charities ranging from disaster relief to housing, education, medical research, the arts and animal welfare.
The General Services Administration has been rethinking the design of government workspaces, adding features that allow federal employees to do their jobs more effectively.
In the waning days of cubicle farms, researchers have recently come forward with new data that challenges some of the myths around open office designs.
Months after filing a complaint about the Interior Department’s practice of filling top political positions with non-career, temporary acting officials, a nonprofit representing federal and state employees says the legal authority of those appointees “remains murky.”
Almost a year into its efforts to transform the way the Agriculture Department does business by standing up five Centers of Excellence (CoEs), the General Services Administration says it’s gearing up to start the process up all over again at a second agency.
Despite years of shrinking budgets and a smaller workforce, the Government Accountability Office gave the IRS a thumbs up for this year’s tax filing season.
As the Census Bureau rolls out IT infrastructure for online responses to the 2020 population count, current and former cybersecurity officials want to give the American public more peace of mind.
As lawmakers and tax policy experts look to revitalize the IRS Oversight Board that’s laid dormant for years, one proposal on the table would give the board the power to award bonuses to IRS executives who meet or exceed performance goals.
Despite a number of recent initiatives aimed at getting agencies to make more data-based decisions, the Government Accountability Office finds agencies haven’t moved the needle much on using performance information.
The Environmental Protection Agency has launched a new online dashboard, taking a new approach to how the agency presents government data on the environmental and economic performance of industrial sectors.
DHS has been pushing greater cyber threat information sharing with the private sector. But the advance of cyber threats might bring together the government’s foreign and domestic intelligence operations.
The Environmental Protection Agency and its Office of Inspector General dispute whether the agency can adequately justify the level of around-the-clock security that former EPA administrator Scott Pruitt received during his tenure.